Inspired by a philosophical chat Caroline Foley and I had. Deleuze briefly came up.
I outlined a linguistic analysis that had been lingering in my mind for years, in which I noted that every sentence in English implies the verb 'to do' in such a way that it creates sentences that go on for infinity. (Example: 'I am' = 'I do being'; but 'I do being = 'I do doing being' = 'I do doing doing being', etc..)
Caroline was inspired by this to write a short, repetitive poem. Struck by its elegance, I remarked that it reminded me of Deleuze's thesis in his Difference and Repetition. I decided to recite it over a short loop she had sent me earlier ('Difference-in-itself'). Noticing the similarity in content and sound to numbers stations, I recorded it again, but reversed ('Repetition-for-itself'). It took me about fifteen minutes, but it was fun.